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CHOW Wellness Weekend - Black History Month

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CHOW Community, here are a few rad opportunities to support your wellness and recovery in the last week of February!

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Visit www.chowco.org/meetings for more information!

CHOW COMMUNITY – WE NEED YOUR HELP!

The Colorado Restaurant and Bar Show is coming up! 

The CRB Show connects suppliers with leading restaurateurs, chefs, and restaurant and bar managers. During the two-day event, the top food-service vendors will showcase their products, services, and technologies. Secure your face time with key restaurant industry decision-makers, generate leads, and build brand awareness by becoming an exhibitor!

This event will take place March 8-9, 2022 at the Colorado Convention Center and CHOW will have a booth there!

We are looking for volunteers to help us spread rad materials, chat about CHOW, and just bask in the overall cool vibes with us. 

We are looking to fill TWO time slots for volunteers:

9:45-1:15PM

12:45-4:15PM

What’s in it for you?

Well, the pleasure of our company of course, but also:

Access to the general show FOR FREE

Passes for education and demos offered

We are so excited about this event and would love to see you there. If you’re interested in a volunteer slot, please e-mail community@chowco.org to let us know!

Color Me Sober: Can AA evolve to include its most marginalized members?

Journalist and person in recovery, Shayla Martin, speaks to various AA members about the growing need for recovery meetings specifically catered to people of color. She speaks with L*, a Black woman in recovery in Baltimore who shares her experience with attempting to form a people of color AA meeting in 2019 after noticing that shares from women, people of color and members of the LGBT community were censored in meetings by other AA members who deemed their shares “too political”. 

Read more at: https://www.kcrw.com/culture/shows/special-programming/people-of-color-meetings-alcoholics-anonymous

Lili Tenney Starr Talks Total Worker Health®

Lili Tenney Starr, Deputy Director of the Center for Work, Health & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health, discusses the benefits of Total Worker Health and how it is practically applied in the workplace.

Watch the video at: https://vimeo.com/670424441

Special Issue “Worker Safety, Health, and Well-Being in the USA”

 Featuring publications from our center team, this issue offers a collection of 30 research papers, reviews, commentaries, and an editorial from NIOSH authors and external partners.

Check out the collection in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Special Issue »

June FAB

FAB is back in person June 5-7, and offers a variety of scholarships to attend FAB, all come with the opportunity to craft your own journey, and some with a hotel room for 3-nights (attendees will share a room). 

Please don’t put off filling out your application as the submission deadline is February 21. Any received after that date will not be eligible for consideration. Value of the ticket is $600, the value of what YOU will get out of attending, priceless
YOUR FAB TICKET INCLUDES:

  • Welcome reception & keynote address
  • Two days of panel discussions
  • Snacks, lunch and beverages all day long
  • Monday night cocktail hour
  • Networking opportunities galore, with plenty of one-on-one time with industry leaders
  • Deeper Dive Roundtable Lunch Conversations (must select to attend a table discussion)
  • Closing keynote address
  • Ice Cream Social
  • Book Sale Pop Up
  • Zero bullshit and honest conversation with incredible women 

Have a great week!

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